The Beauty of Humanity Movement by Camilla Gibb
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Read in celebration of I Read Canadian Day.
Something about the stories Gibb tells and the way she tells them intrigues me. Not my usual book of choice, the power and intensity behind the plot and the brilliance of each character she writes about has me hooked. The ending of this book, the extra ending at the end, made it even more wonderful for me as I was hoping for more and she surprised me with it.
The story of a woman who lost her beloved father at a very young age and returns to her home country of Vietnam meets with a group of people who, while they may not remember her father clearly, offer her a whole lot more.
This book offers a look inside Vietnam and the people that make it such an uniquely wonderful country.
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